Netflix is making the jump from producing TV shows to making movies, saying it will help finance the sequel to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” from The Weinstein Company. The company hinted previously that it would co-produce movies under the condition that they debut on Netflix at the same time they do in theaters. The sequel to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” will debut on Netflix and in Imax theaters next August.
A whole new wooooooorld of Snapchats.
Roger Ebert, this is not. Nicolas Cage’s new faith-based thriller is touting an unusual anti-endorsement.
Don Hertzfeldt is the greatest, strangest animator you might not have heard of yet. And there’s a lot more to him than “I AM SIMPSON.”
The future member of the Fantastic Four stars alongside J.K. Simmons in an exhilarating new movie that makes drumming look as ferocious as boxing.
The Oscar winner stars in a heartwarming ode to DIY home improvement and outrageous violence that’s now in theaters. SPOILERS…technically.
So many tropes, so little time.
Need a best friend? No pawblem.
The Newsroom star plays a New Yorker concerned his online girlfriend is not what she appears to be in this trailer, exclusive to BuzzFeed.
Director David Fincher and stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike have made a film adaptation that feels nastier and less balanced than Gillian Flynn’s novel. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!
Being bad has its benefits.
The latest would-be YA dystopian franchise starts with a fascinating premise and ends with a whimper. But everything in between is pretty great!
Liam Neeson’s new crime drama, A Walk Among the Tombstones, turns female characters into gruesome cannon fodder in a way that feels outdated, not retro.
The Guest is the modern answer to the ’80s blockbuster you didn’t know you were waiting for. And in it, Dan Stevens proves he is much more than just Matthew Crawley.
While We’re Young is actually a comedy about fleeing adulthood, filmmaking, and the doc that spawned MTV’s hit series.
We will never, ever “Let It Go.”
If Netflix is a bodily function, you’ve come to the right place.
In which “The Hobbit” becomes short friends taking a walk to return some jewelry.
In an Oscar race like this one, we all win.
“Do you even have homework?”
The author or A Walk To Remember, The Notebook, and dozens of other sweeping romances talked to BuzzFeed about the movie scenes of which he’s proudest.
And the Netflix comments have to be seen to be believed.
McSweeney’s rewrote plotlines to classic films, but changed them “not to be sexist”. Here’s what they’d look like.
The fanboy king and Clerks director has made something shocking, funny, and fresh in Tusk.
How a lonely childhood, cheeky YouTube videos, and a supernatural TV series prepared Dylan O’Brien to star in September’s big budget movie adventure.
Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, and Ansel Elgort star in Jason Reitman’s movie that reaches for big themes about online life, but just doesn’t connect.
I don’t know…what do you want to see?
Why everyone’s going to be talking about Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance as a gleefully amoral cameraman in Nightcrawler.
They would make terrible boyfriends.